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2004

--12/03/04  The United States and Korea: A Partnership for Progress; Mitchell B. Reiss, Director, Policy Planning Staff; Remarks to the Sejong Institute; Seoul, Korea
--09/30/04  Remarks With Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing After Their Meeting; Secretary Colin L. Powell; C Street Entrance; Washington, DC
--07/21/04  Lessons from Libya and North Korea's Strategic Choice; John R. Bolton, Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security; Yonsei University, Graduate School of International Studies; Seoul, South Korea
--07/15/04  Dealing With North Korea's Nuclear Programs; James A. Kelly, Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Statement to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; Washington, DC
--03/12/04  North Korea's Legacy of Missed Opportunities; Mitchell B. Reiss, Director of Policy Planning; Remarks to the Heritage Foundation; Washington, DC
--03/04/04  Remarks With South Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Ban Ki-Moon After Their Meeting; Secretary Colin L. Powell; C Street Entrance; Washington, DC
--02/25/04  Remarks on Day One of the Second Round of Six-Party Talks; James A. Kelly, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Beijing, China
--02/13/04  Ensuring a Korean Peninsula Free of Nuclear Weapons; James A. Kelly, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Remarks to The Research Conference - North Korea: Towards a New International Engagement Framework; Washington, DC
--02/03/04  Remarks After His Meeting With United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan; Secretary Colin L. Powell; C Street Entrance; Washington, DC

  
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